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Photos - Mexico 2002

These shots are from film that Yvonne Dean brought back to Seattle in mid March 2002. 

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Naomi Jackson Off the village of Bahia Tortugas
1) Naomi 2) Jackson 3) Off the village of Bahia Tortugas
A sunrise at sea between Bahia Magdalena and Cabo San Lucas A "crowded" Mexican anchorage at low tide. The local flora
4) A sunrise at sea between Bahia Magdalena and Cabo San Lucas 5) A "crowded" Mexican anchorage at low tide. 6) The local flora
A sunset at sea between Bahia Magdalena and Cabo San Lucas The famous rocks at the entrance to Cabo San Lucas Bahia Magdalena - Seafire in the center
7) A sunset at sea between Bahia Magdalena and Cabo San Lucas 8) The famous rocks at the entrance to Cabo San Lucas 9) Bahia Magdalena - Seafire in the center
Karryn on the bluff above Bahia Magdalena A good day cruising Kids and dogs are the same everywhere
10) Karryn on the bluff above Bahia Magdalena 11) A good day cruising 12) Kids and dogs are the same everywhere
A contemplative moment Painting numbers on a panga The Seafire crew
13) A contemplative moment 14) Painting numbers on a panga 15) The Seafire crew
A hitchhiker picked up at sea Turtle Bay Puerto Ballandra, a small bay north of La Paz
16) A hitchhiker picked up at sea 17) Turtle Bay 18) Puerto Ballandra, a small bay north of La Paz
Yvonne Dean (Bill's mother) who has been instrumental in making the trip possible by helping in so many ways against the backdrop of Puerto Ballandra. What Searunner trimarans are made for - open roadsteads The village of Puerto Magdalena
19) Yvonne Dean (Bill's mother) who has been instrumental in making the trip possible by helping in so many ways against the backdrop of Puerto Ballandra. 20) What Searunner trimarans are made for - open roadsteads 21) The village of Puerto Magdalena
Yet another "crowded" anchorage. That's Seafire on the right in Bahia Magdalena. Another Cabo San Lucas entrance shot The "fuel dock" at Turtle Bay. Siphoning fuel from the fuel guys tanks into Seafires' jerry jugs. 
22) Yet another "crowded" anchorage. That's Seafire on the right in Bahia Magdalena. 23) Another Cabo San Lucas entrance shot 24) The "fuel dock" at Turtle Bay. Ernesto, the handsome and charming diesel vendor, came motoring out in his panga, a stoutly built 22-foot planing skiff powered by a 75-hp outboard. Here he is siphoning 20 gallons from his mini barrels into Seafires' jerry jugs. 


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